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Ronald F. Wittmeyer Jr.

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Ronald F. Wittmeyer, Jr. practices plaintiffs’ personal injury law, and has his office in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Mr. Wittmeyer attended Northe... (more)

Ronald F. Wittmeyer, Jr. practices plaintiffs’ personal injury law, and has his office in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Mr. Wittmeyer attended Northern Illinois University College of Law, graduating cum laude and passing the bar in 1982. While at NIU, Mr. Wittmeyer was the Managing Editor of the Law Review. Next, he studied accounting and became a CPA in 1984. He is also a founding member of the Arlington Heights Crime Stoppers organization.

Ron Wittmeyer spent five years working as an insurance adjuster for two nationwide insurance companies. Admitted to the practice of law in the State of Illinois and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Mr. Wittmeyer began his practice with a defense firm, where he worked until he founded R. F. Wittmeyer, Ltd. in 1984. With thirty years of experience handling personal injury cases, Ronald Wittmeyer has successfully represented thousands of clients, many of whom have suffered serious or fatal injuries. Ronald Wittmeyer believes that a person innocently injured as a result of the negligence or wrongful conduct of an individual or company is entitled to full and adequate compensation for their injuries. Mr. Wittmeyer is committed to aggressively prosecute every client’s case and he believes that each individual is entitled to the same quality of representation as large companies and insurance carriers. A writer and lecturer on civil litigation and personal injury law, Ronald Wittmeyer is a former Chairperson of the Civil Litigation Committee of the Northwest Suburban Bar Association. Currently, Ronald F. Wittmeyer Jr. is a member of the Northwest Suburban Bar Association Board of Directors.

Mr. Wittmeyer is also Board Certified as a Civil Trial Attorney by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (accredited by the American Bar Association). This is the ultimate stamp of competency, qualifications, and professionalism. Certification is granted only after years of trial practice, recommendations from trial judges and fellow attorneys, successful completion of examinations, and demonstrations of professionalism.

Additionally, Ronald Wittmeyer received the Illinois Super Lawyers Award in 2007. This prestigious award is given to attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

He graduated from Southern Illinois University in 1978, majoring in political science. Mr. Wittmeyer is happily married to his wife, Carol, with whom he has 2 children. Ron and his family live in Arlington Heights.

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